Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Planetfall!


Greetings, Internet. Let the construction of this blog begin! Its about time, too. I'll save shoutouts for subsequent posts but suffice to say there are plenty of people I have to thank for inspiring me to take the plunge in to 15mm.

As I speak, Ground Zero Games is probably working on casting/shipping my very first 15mm figures. The sale they had was just the sort of excuse I needed to place an order. Thanks for that!

Anyway, I will post more information in the coming days. Expect some backround fluff for the homebrew setting I'm cooking up as well as any progress that is made on the miniatures.

-BFH

6 comments:

  1. Nice start. You should add a Follower gizmo so we can follow along!

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    1. I'll try to throw one up now. Thank you for the suggestion as this is my first blog and some of the ins and outs of it are unknown to me. :)

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  2. Thanks for the comments on my blog! 15 mm is a rewarding scale to work in, especially if like me you were long-tempered by the merciless critical cauldron of posting 25/28 mm minis on Cool Mini or Not. These just seem... tiny and fun! And with the variety of figures now available, you can pretty much just pick your genre.

    The Nazi zombies are nearing completion so keep an eye on Painting Agency. I didn't manage a whole horde, but am trying to make the ones I did do look nice :)

    As for a 15 mm Fallout project... you wouldn't be the first, but that's no reason not to do it ;) Khurasan's post-apocalyptics are great and they'd fit in well with lots of other stuff that's available.

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    1. Yeah, you can't beat 15mm in my opinion. Maybe I'm just bitter from my Gamesworkshop experiences but 15mm seems so much simpler and more refreshing by comparison.

      I'd let criticism from CMON roll off your back as your painting is really objectively good. And you're right, 15mm is simply fun. There is so much cool variety to choose from these days!(especially Sci-Fi, my personal favorite cheesy genre)

      Good luck on those wily undead germans! They'll be a fine gift.

      And I'll likely be buying a whole mess of Khurasan stuff in the future, gangers included. I just have to force myself to complete my sci-fi project before I move on to a different genre. I have a bad habit of not finishing what I start if I don't twist my own arm.

      Anyway, thanks for the reply! :)

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  3. Hi Blaster! Welcome aboard. I hope you enjoy your foray into blogging. There are a lot of really nice supportive people out there with fantastic blogs, and an awful lot of skill and ideas! Enjoy!

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    1. Thanks for the comment! Popped on to your blog and you do very nice work yourself, I'll have to watch you in the future.

      Cheers!

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